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[texts]Preliminary report on the forest and other vegetation of Pegu - Kurz, Sulpice
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Keywords: Forests and forestry -- Burma Pegu; Agriculture -- Burma Pegu
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[texts]Pegu, being a narrative of events during the second Burmese war, from August 1852 to its conclusion in June 1853 [microform] : With a succinct continuation down to February 1854 - Laurie, W. F. B. (William Ferguson Beatson), 1819-1891
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Keywords: Burmese War, 1852; Pegu (India)
Downloads: 247
[texts]A VOYAGE TO PEGU (IN THE 1770S) - Monsieur Sonnerat
"This account was originally composed in French, but translated into English by Francis Magnus and published in Calcutta at the Joseph Cooper Press in 1789, the year of the French Revolution." Edited for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research by Michael W. Charney.
Keywords: Pegu; French; Burma; Monsieur Sonnerat; Konbaung Dynasty
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[audio]Aj Seci Pero Dj ZokiPoki edit - Zoran Dimov
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Keywords: ai se ti pegu; aj seci pero zokipoki
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[audio]Kombong po:lodé anggekulasin a:lad gédungku: Indra-Prateema
Mising modern song is also known as Anu ni:tom in Mising Tani language of Northeast India. This is groove with Hindi. It is a song about the bygone season and yearning for love.
Keywords: Indra Patir; Prateema Pegu; Mising Modern Song; Tani songs
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[texts]Editorial Introduction to Nicolo de€™ Conti'€™s Account by Kennon Breazeale
This editorial introduction to the account of Nicolo de' Conti was written by Dr. Kennon Breazeale for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research in 2004.
Keywords: Nicolo de'€™ Conti; Kennon Breazeale; Burma; Myanmar; Pegu; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research
Downloads: 47
[texts]Nicolo de' Conti's Early Fifteenth Century Travels in the East
This version of Nicolo de' Conti's travels in Asia, in burma in particular, was annotated by Dr. Kennon Breazeale for the SOAs Bulletin of Burma Research.
Keywords: Nicolo de' Conti; Kennon Breazeale; Burma; Myanmar; Pegu; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research
Downloads: 242
[texts]Miscellaneous Notes on the Word €"Talaing"€
These three notes relating to the origin of the Burmese word "Talaing" were published shortly before World War I. It is hoped that they may be of some use to ongoing debates on "Mon" history. Edited by Michael W. Charney for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research.
Keywords: Mon language; Peguan; Pegu; Burma; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
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[texts]AN ACCOUNT OF PEGU IN 1586-1587 - Ralph Fitch
"Like the other travel accounts of this issue, Ralph Fitch is among the most cited English sources for information on sixteenth century Burma. His experiences at Pegu were generally limited to a roughly six or seven week period in late 1586 and early 1587."Edited for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research by Michael W. Charney.
Keywords: Pegu; Burma; Burmah; Ralph Fitch; English; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 197
[texts]BRIEF EXTRACT FROM THE TRAVELS OF ATHANASIUS NIKITIN, A NATIVE OF TWER
This translation of Athanasius Nikitin's fifteenth century travels to India was originally published in India in the Fifteenth Century Being a Collection of Narratives of Voyages to India, edited by R. H. Major, in 1857. Nikitin appears to have only included information on Burma which he obtained by word of mouth. His brief references to Pegu are provided below. The reference to Pegu has been standardized, as two different spellings were included in the original translation...
Keywords: Pegu; Burma; Nikitin; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 88
[texts]ACCOUNT OF THE KINGDOME OF PEGUE (1608) - Henri de Feynes de Monsart
"The account of Henri de Feynes de Monsart was translated anonymously into English and published in London in 1615, for Thomas Dawson by William Arondell under the title of An Exact and Curious Survey of all the East Indies, even to Canton, the chiefe Cittie of China: All duly performed by land, by Monsieur de Monsart, the like whereof was never hetherto, brought to an end. The original edtion is available in at least four copies in the British Library." Edited for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Res...
Keywords: Henri de Feynes de Monsart; French; Burma; Restored Toungoo Dynasty; De Brito; Portuguese Pegu; Europeans
Downloads: 135
[texts]A CONCISE ACCOUNT OF THE KINGDOM OF PEGU by William Hunter
The following account, written by the surgeon, William Hunter, relates his experiences in Pegu in 1782-1783. The observations were made on a voyage that had been ordered by the British East India Company. The account was originally printed at Calcutta in 1785 by John Hay under the title of A Concise Account of the Kingdom of Pegu; Its Climate, Produce, Trade, and Government; The Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants...
Keywords: Pegu; Konbaung Dynasty; William Hunter; Burma; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
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[texts]CERTAINE WORDS OF PEGU LANGUAGE (1603)
This world list was included in the back matter of A True and Large Discourse of the Voyage of the Whole Fleete of Ships Set forth the 20 of Aprill 1601 by the Government and Assistants of the East Indian Marchants in London, to the East Indies, published for Thomas Thorpe by William Alpley of London in 1603. Curiously, the mission, which did come across ships in the Straits of Melaka, does not appear to have visited Pegu...
Keywords: Mon language; Peguan; Pegu; Burma; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
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[texts]DIARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF AN EMBASSY TO BURMA IN 1760 by Captain Walter Alves
The following account is derived from Alexander Dalrymple, Oriental Repertory, 1808: I.351-393. Dalrymple has left us the following succinct introduction to the account below (M. W. C): Capt. Alves was sent back to Burma in 1760; and on his return to Bengal, transmitted to Governor Pigot, at Madrass, the following Diary of his Proceedings. Edited by Michael W. Charney for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research, Vol...
Keywords: Walter Alves; Burma; Kobaung Dynasty; Dalrymple; Pegu; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 104
[texts]Fernquest, RAJADHIRAT'S MASK OF COMMAND: MILITARY LEADERSHIP IN BURMA (C. 1348-1421)
Article by Jon Fernquest on early modern warfare in Burma, published in the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research in 2006.
Keywords: Jon Fernquest; Burma; Myanmar; warfare; Mons; Pegu; Ava; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; early modern period
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[texts]PROCEEDINGS OF AN EMBASSY TO THE KING OF AVA, PEGU, &C. IN 1757 by Robert Lester
Ensign Robert Lester's account of his embassy to Ava in 1757 was originally published in Alexander Dalrympleâs Oriental Repertory. It provides one of the few first-hand accounts of Alaung-hpaya and thus remains a valuable source on the reign and the beginnings of the Kon-baung Dynasty. Dalrympleâs italicization has been removed and dates have been expanded to include the month and year in order to avoid confusion...
Keywords: Pegu; Ava; Burma; Konbaung Dynasty; Robert Lester; India; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
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[texts]ACCOUNT OF THE JOURNEY OF HIERONIMO DI SANTO STEFANO, A GENOVESE (1495-1496), Burma portion only
This translation of Hieronimo di Santo Stefano's journey to Pegu in 1495-1496 was originally published in India in the Fifteenth Century Being a Collection of Narratives of Voyages to India, edited by R. H. Major, in 1857. The account was written in the form of a letter to Messer Giovan Jacobo Mainer. Only those portions related to Burma have been included in the version below. Edited for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research by Michael W...
Keywords: HIERONIMO DI SANTO STEFANO; Genoa; Burma; Myanmar; Pegu; R. H. Major; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 97
[texts]Voyage to Pegu, and Observations There, Circa 1583 - Gaspero Balbi
"Gaspero Balbi, an Italian travelling to Southeast Asia in the sixteenth century, has left for us a valuable account of Burma during the reign of Bayinnaung. This account was originally published in English as --Gaspero Balbi his Voyage to Pegu, and observations there, gathered out of his owne Italian Relation,-- in Samuel Purchas (ed.), Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas His Pilgrimes Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and Lande Travells by Englishmen and Others, volume 10 (1626)...
Keywords: Gaspero Balbi; Pegu; Burma; Burmah; Italians; Sixteenth century; Europeans; Bayinnaung; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 266
[texts]The Buddhist Kings of Chiengmai and Pegu, The Purification of the Sangha, and the Mahabodhi Replicas in the Late Fifteenth Century
Atsuko Naono's December 1996 MA Thesis from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor).
Keywords: Chiengmai; Thailand; Pegu; Mon; Buddhism; Art; Architecture; Buddhism; Mahabodhi; Sangha; Monks; Atsuko Naono; Tilokaraja; Dhammacetti; University of Michigan
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[texts]Observations at Persaim [Bassein, Burma] and in the Journey to Ava and Back in 1755
The following materials from Captain George Baker's diaries and other records and notes were originally published in Alexander Dalrymple's Oriental Repertory in 1808. Baker has left numerous other reports, many found in the Records of Fort St. George for the period. Baker's present account is especially useful for being one of the few first- hand accounts written by a European, of Alaunghpaya, the founder of the Konbaung Dynasty...
Keywords: English traders; Indian; Bay of Bengal; George Baker; Ava; Bassein; Burma; Kusimara; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Konbaung Dynasty; Michael W. Charney; Pegu; Mon
Downloads: 85
[texts]JESUIT LETTERS ON PEGU IN THE EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY - Nicolas Pimenta & Others
These are the letters of Nicolas Pimenta, relating other letters of Portuguese priests who visited Pegu from 1599, shortly after the fall of Nan-da-bayin (r. 1581-1599), the last ruler of the First Taung-ngu Dynasty. Edited by Michael W. Charney for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research.
Keywords: Nicolas Pimenta; Pegu; First Toungoo Dynasty; Burma; Burmah; Myanmar; Syriam; Portuguese; Jesuits; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 128
[texts]ACCOUNT OF PEGU IN THE 1560s - Cesar Fedrici of Venice
"Cesar Fedrici travelled in India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East in the 1560s-1580s and his account has been immensely influential in the literature. One reason for this, is that it is not given to the hyperbole of the near-contemporary account of Mendez Pinto and because of its great attention to detail concerning the state, its administrators, and trade at Pegu.Unfortunately Fedrici, who spent a considerable amount of time in Pegu and to a lesser extent in Martaban, in the late 1560s, doe...
Keywords: Cesar Fedrici; Venice; Pegu; First Toungoo Dynasty; Burmah; Burma; Martaban; Italians; Venetians; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 222
[texts]THE ITINERARY OF LUDOVICO DI VARTHEMA OF BOLOGNA FROM 1502 TO 1508 - Ludovico di Varthema
"Ludovico di Varthema of Bologna has left us an account of India and Burma from the very first decade of the sixteenth century, prior to the largescale of the First Taung-ngu Dynasty that would follow in the decades ahead. It thus provides a valuable insight into a period for which many foreign sources are not available. The original account, in Italian, was published at Rome on the 6th of December 1510 at the request of Lodovico de Henricis da Corneto of Vicenza by Stephano Guillireti de Loreno...
Keywords: Ludovico di Varthema; Pegu; Italians; Burma; Burmah; Tenasserim; First Toungoo Dynasty; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney
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[texts]Account of Pegu and the Voyage to Cambodia and Siam in 1718 - Alexander Hamilton (18th century)
Captain Alexander Hamilton collated an account of his voyage to Cambodia and Siam in 1718 with accounts of his experiences in Pegu and elsewhere on earlier travels, as well as information he had gathered about certain other locations (such as Arakan) in his A New Account of the East Indies (Edinburgh, 1727). While the original account also included accounts of parts of the Malay world and "Cochinchina," these have been excluded from the following text...
Keywords: Pegu; Burma; Myanmar; Cambodia; Kampuchea; Ayudhya; Siam; Thailand; Travel Account; Asia; Warfare; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; SBBR; Michael W. Charney
Downloads: 421
[texts]The New Testament books of Hebrews - James in Karen - Burma Myanmar Thailand 1850 - Francis Mason, God, Church, Karen; People; people group; ; 10 40 window; Internally Displaced People; Karen camps; refugee camps; human rights; repressed peoples; karen mission; karen language; karen linguistics; karen history; Chin Christians; Matupi; Chin State; Tonzang; Tedim; Falam; Hakha; Thantlang; Kayah (also known as Red Karen); language of Tibeto-Burman branch of Sino-Tibetan linguistic stock. Kayah
This is the New Testament Books of Hebrews and James, translated into the Karen Language. This is the Edition of 1850, translated by Francis Mason. The first book of the New Testament is the Gospel of Matthew. It is available (in Karen), at http://www.archive.org/details/TheNewTestamentBookOfMatthewInKaren-BurmaMyanmarIndia1850 The book after Matthew is the Gospel of Mark, available at http://www.archive.org/details/TheNewTestamentBookOfMarkInKaren-BurmaMyanmarIndia-1850 The book after this will...
Keywords: Karen People; State Peace and Development Council (SPDC); Christian Solidarit; Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung; Thura Aung Ko; Rangoon; Yangon; Robbins Timber; burmese regime; china burma india theater; General Than Shwe; Maulmain; Thailand-based Burma Border; burma embargo; Asia; Christian Asia; Asia Burma; Sgau Karen; rang lu myui; Pegu and Tenasserim
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[texts]The New Testament book of John in Karen - Burma Myanmar India 1850 - Church of Asia, Gospel Asia, Gospel India, Gospel Burma Myanmar, Gospel Karen, Pwo Sgau Karen,Karen apostle, Burma Church, Myanmar Church, Maulmein, Karen Church, Karen Believer, Mission Press, Auxiliary Auxilliary Press, Baptist Mission, Serampore Mission, Carey, Judson, Francis Mason
This is the New Testament Gospel of John, translated into the Karen Language. This is the Edition of 1850, translated by Francis Mason. this is one of the best places to start, for those who have not read the New Testament before. The first book of the New Testament is the Gospel of Matthew. It is available (in Karen), at http://www.archive.org/details/TheNewTestamentBookOfMatthewInKaren-BurmaMyanmarIndia1850 The book after Matthew is the Gospel of Mark, available at http://www.archive.org/detai...
Keywords: Karen People; State Peace and Development Council (SPDC); Christian Solidarit; Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung; Thura Aung Ko; Rangoon; Yangon; Robbins Timber; burmese regime; china burma india theater; General Than Shwe; Maulmain; Thailand-based Burma Border; burma embargo; Asia; Christian Asia; Asia Burma; Sgau Karen; rang lu myui; Pegu and Tenasserim
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[texts]05 - Book of Acts [New Testament] translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. - Version of A. Judson - Christian Aid burma, christian help, christian ministry, gospel for asia, Dah Der village, displaced villagers, Early Day Motion, ethnic minorities, John Bercow, civil rights religion, civil rights minorities, David Drew, Alistair Carmichael, Amy Carmichael, Freedom of Religion and Belief,
05 - Book of Acts [New Testament] translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. - Version of A. Judson This is the New Testament book of Acts translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. This is an Edition of from the 1880s, which is a reprint of the earlier edition by Judson. The translation was by A Judson. The chapter titles were later added by Rev. E.A Stevens. [version specifics: While this is an 1883 reprint, please note that it is a reprint of the earlier version by A...
Keywords: Christdemokrat; positiven Christentum; das Christentum keine Krise; Wiederkunft Christi; Asiatische Christentums; die Geschichte der Sprachen; Sinhala; Sirimavo Bandaranaike; Rama; vanara; Nala; Adam's Bridge; Sigiriya; Wanniyala-Aetto; Veddahs; Buddhist chronicles; Mahavansa; Dipavamsa; hak asasi manusia; hak sivil; Kristian; christian gereja; kristen demokrat; christianity positif; christianity tidak ada krisis; kembalinya christ; christianity asian; sejarah bahasa; Ceylon; rapturos; Christian Aid burma; help; Bassein Karen; asia oppression; opression; Bo Mya; Ner Dah; Tharkabaw; Annie Dieselberg of the NightLight; asia traficking; Bangkok; Burma Freedom Liberty; stalone; Burma Free Speech; rambo; Red Shirts; Kachin; Adoniram Judson; Missionary Burma Karen; Karen Christianity; Ko Tha Byu; Bobby Michaels; laos; cambodia; cambodge; frontiere; Naw Zipporah Sein; Burmese burma dictatorship; Democratic Karen Buddhist Army DKBA; Karen State; Padoh Mahn Sha Lah Phan; Pago; Pegu; Mon State; Tani; christian life
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[texts]01 - Book of Matthew [New Testament] translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. - Version of A. Judson - Burma, Christians Asia, Christian Burma, Jesus Christ Asia, God, Jesus Christ, Apostles, Matthew, Disciples,Judson, Adoniram, 1788-1850; Desciples, Church India, Edward Abiel Stevens, Church Burma, , Myanmar Church, Maulmein, Karen Church, Karen Believer, Mission Press, Mission work, not Hort, Bible translators, god, faith, Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost, not Westcott, Mission prayer, Auxiliary Auxilliary Press, Baptist Mission, 1611, Baptist Mission, Serampore Mission, Carey, Judson, Josiah Nelson Cushing, Riplinger, KJV, KJVO, Burma Mission, Alliance Biblique, Baptist, Judson, E.A. Stevens, Evangelical Asia, Moulmain, Mulmain, Mulmein, Moulmein, Church Thailand, Christians Thailand, Karen apostle, eclesia, eglise reforme, chrestiens, chretiens, Burma Church, BFBS, ABS, UBS, ABU, AFBS
01 - Book of Matthew [New Testament] translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. - Version of A. Judson This is the New Testament book of Matthew translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. This is an Edition of from the 1880s, which is a reprint of the earlier edition by Judson. The translation was by A Judson. The chapter titles were later added by Rev. E.A Stevens. [version specifics: While this is an 1883 reprint, please note that it is a reprint of the earlier versio...
Keywords: Christian Aid burma; christian help; christian ministry; gospel for asia; Dah Der village; displaced villagers; Early Day Motion; ethnic minorities; John Bercow; civil rights religion; civil rights minorities; David Drew; Alistair Carmichael; Freedom of Religion and Belief; Asma Jahangir; KAWTHOOLEI; BURMA; Aung Sung Suu Kyi; National Democratic Front (NDF); asia oppression; opression; Bo Mya; Ner Dah; Tharkabaw; Annie Dieselberg of the NightLight; asia traficking; Bangkok; Burma Freedom Liberty; stalone; Burma Free Speech; rambo; Red Shirts; Kachin; Adoniram Judson; Missionary Burma Karen; Karen Christianity; Ko Tha Byu; Bobby Michaels; laos; cambodia; cambodge; frontiere; Naw Zipporah Sein; Burmese burma dictatorship; Democratic Karen Buddhist Army DKBA; Karen State; Padoh Mahn Sha Lah Phan; Pago; Pegu; Than Shwe; Christian Concern; Shekinah orphanage; State Peace and Development Council (SPDC); International Religious Freedom; (USCIRF); Humanitarian Aid; Mon State and Taninthayi; Tenasserim; Division
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